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JSON Object in Adobe Campaign Standard

holmes74338504
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Level 4

All, 

 

I've been asked by my client to create Object as part of the Event for a Trigger. When I tried to create it under Collection, the API preview shows that it's a List (Array) vs Object. 

 

 "shippingAddress":[
{
"shippedFName":"string50 #1",
"shippedLName":"string50 #1",
"shippedAddr1":"string100 #1",
"shippedAddr2":"string100 #1",
"shippedCity":"string100 #1",
"shippedState":"string10 #1",
"shippedCounty":"string100 #1",
"shippedPostalCode":"string25 #1",
"shippedCountry":"string50 #1"
},
{
"shippedFName":"string50 #2",
"shippedLName":"string50 #2",
"shippedAddr1":"string100 #2",
"shippedAddr2":"string100 #2",
"shippedCity":"string100 #2",
"shippedState":"string10 #2",
"shippedCounty":"string100 #2",
"shippedPostalCode":"string25 #2",
"shippedCountry":"string50 #2"
}
],

 

Is there a way to create the Shipping Address as an Object?

 

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1 Accepted Solution
ramon_bisswanger
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

No.

You can either define attributes on ctx level or the collection element which defines an array.

Custom objects (with a single instance) can't be defined

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ramon_bisswanger
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

No.

You can either define attributes on ctx level or the collection element which defines an array.

Custom objects (with a single instance) can't be defined

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